U.S. Attorney’s Office in Las Vegas says Douglas Haig’s motion to move his trial to Northern Nevada may be a move to draw “pro-gun” jurors who “would be more favorable to him.”
A newly released video shows Scott Gragson, a prominent real estate broker facing felony DUI charges in a fatal crash, telling police he consumed four or five beers and tequila shots, and lost control of his vehicle.
Johnny Hopkins, 52, was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of 67-year-old Connelley Lang. He’ll be eligible for parole after a minimum of 20 years.
A former Henderson constable pleaded guilty to a gross misdemeanor without admitting guilt and promised to repay more than $80,000 to settle a case sparked by a RJ investigation.
The attorney for Noah Hadley, accused of fatally shooting his girlfriend after a Henderson house party, called the young woman’s death a “tragic accident.”
Former Henderson Detention Center officers who say they were forced to work overtime without pay have filed a class-action lawsuit against the city.
Katherine Bockhorst sat quietly in the corner of the courtroom as her grandmother’s killer was convicted of murder 21 years after a double homicide.
On the eve of Independence Day, a Las Vegas judge ordered 200,000 pounds of fireworks returned to the owner, who must haul the explosives out of Clark County.
A security guard accused of fatally shooting a man on a sidewalk outside a Las Vegas shopping center faced a judge in his murder case Tuesday.